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no–eyewitness rule

noun no–eye·wit·ness rule

Legal Definition of no–eyewitness rule

  1. :  a rule in tort law: in the absence of testimony by eyewitnesses a jury may assume that a person has exercised reasonable care to preserve his or her own safety —used especially in Iowa

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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